Spring is quickly approaching and while there may still be some snow on the ground, it won’t stop the city of Steamboat from putting on exciting events for its residents and visitors. Whether these events are familiar to you or you’re looking to participate in something new and fun, Steamboat has a variety of activities for all ages.
March 16th – Steamboat Friday Nights is a weekly event, every Friday, that is fun for the whole family! Night skiing, boarding and live music will ensure your Friday... read more
A skier and snowboarder’s dream has come true. Convenience and diversity all combined into one incredible pass. The Ikon pass provides you with 26 unbelievably different destinations to choose from. Whether you want to ride the mountains of Big Bear and Mammoth in the west, or Sugarloaf and Sunday River in the East, the options are unlimited!
The Ikon Pass comes with two pricing options for individuals 18 and over. The Ikon pass allows you to ski or board where and when you want with very few restrictions. Y... read more
There are so many amazing trails in Steamboat for hiking in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter! It is a fun and inexpensive way to explore the beautiful outdoors. Check out the Guided Moonlit Snowshoe Tour for an incredible experience!2. Photography Tours
Capture the wintery forest through your lens! They have classes for beginners up through advanced and you can choose whether you want to snowshoe or take a driving tour. Both tours last about two hours and are gui... read more
Stage Your Home
A survey by Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corp. found that staged homes spent half the time on the market than non-staged homes and sold for more than 6% above asking price. Staging allows a seller to make a great first impression and helps the home to stand out against all the others that buyers may be viewing. Usually you like to spice up your shelving or add decorative pieces to your mantel. Forget all that when you’re staging your house. Leave a few nice pieces out or check out faux... read more
BONGPYEONG, South Korea — It takes courage to go big on a snowboard in the halfpipe, a willingness to commit to the point it can scare even those who've spent their lives riding the pipe.
"It's about having that confidence to really know I can trust myself to go bigger and be able to land regardless of the speed I'm taking," Arielle Gold said two days before the women's halfpipe event at the 2018 Winter Olympics.Click here to read the full article ... read more